tv Mornings on 2 FOX September 17, 2012 7:00am-9:00am PDT
developing news from new york city -- police make dozens of arrests in a protest marking this first anniversary of the occupy movement. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco, where the occupy movement is back one year after it first started. we'll tell what you to expect in downtown san francisco. well, he vanished after
getting on an amtrak train. we just talked to the wife of a san francisco firefighter who is sit missing. we're live where the cleanup is underway in menlo park, days after fire took a building. well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's monday, september 17th. right now, occupy wall street protesters are assembling at various spots near the new york stock exchains and trying to block ac- - exchange and trying to block access to it. this is video from this morning. at various points, protesters tried to block sidewalks and intersections but groups were broken up by police riot gear. dozens of people have been arrested. police have set up barricades
leading to the stock exchange and are not letting anyone through without an i.d. badge. protesters say they want to build a human chain around the explain. we'll keep following this for knew meanwhile, happening now, occupy protesters are camped out here in san francisco to mark the anniversary today. ktvu channel 2 reporter tara moriarty is there more with what protesters here in the bay area have planned. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. occupiers will be burning debt papers and playing music and marching through the streets. a handful have decided to get a jump start this morning and camped outovernight and are devoting -- out overnight and are devoting the entire day here. the occupy protest has appeared to have died down with encampments but supporters have not stopped working. >> there's no longer any
redress through the system, so the only thing left for us to do is to come out and occupy the commons, get the message out to say to everyone occupy. we need to stand up for our rights and not sit back and not let the 1% dominate. >> reporter: we had national attention when police dismandelled an encampment in downtown oakland. this afternoon, there will be a street party and a march to justin herman plaza. various streets will be blocked off and there will be a rally at kerney and california. there is police presence up the street. but it's very quiet here and we don't expect people to really start gathering until 11:00 this morning. we're live in san francisco, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. a man accused of throwing bricks off a san francisco
rooftop during an occupy san francisco protest in may, he's due in court today for a preliminary hearing. [chanting] >> now, jessie nesbit is charged with five felony counts on charges he threw bricks and a metal pipe at protesters and the police. one of those bricks hit a protester in the face. the protester was not seriously hurt. in just about an hour from right -- from right now, students will be back in school after a big fire there this week. our reporter is live there now with what volunteers did to help clean up to get the school opened today. >> reporter: that's right. the final cleanup is underway right now. you can sea see there is an empty -- you can see there is an empty case where the students used to stand. now the third graders will have class in the computer lab and administrators have been tucked
into other buildings. the fire caused an estimated $400,000 worth of damage. investigators believe it started from a pinched cord near an electric stove. school officials realize it may have been traumatizing to students. so they plan to sit them down today to talk about what happened. >> we'll have an assembly at about 8:40 just to find of go through with the kids what the changes are and just to let them know that even though we've lost a lot, we still have each other and, you know, we're gonna be all right. >> reporter: you can see they are doing just the last of the cleanup work before the students arrive and school officials tell us that though there were construction projects planned for this coming summer anyway, that this fire has emphasized the need to move up the timetable on those projects. back to you.
well, chicago public school kids will not be back in school this morning. striking teachers are starting a second week on their picket line. coming up in 12 minutes, what chicago's mayor is doing to end the strike. 7:05. the woman charged with killing michelle le is due back in court. today marks one year since her body was found in a remote area between pleasanton and sunol. prosecutors say the defendant attacked her last may at the kaiser parking garage in hayward, then dumped her bed. the two girls went to high school together in san francisco. prosecutors say esco bon blamed -- estobon blamed le for ruining her relationship with her daughter's father.
the class of 55 police recruits came from a pool of more than 2300 people who took a written test in march. 7:06. continuing concern this morning about san jose's rising crime rate. city leaders will be holding two meetings tomorrow, giving an update on how police plan to crack down on the crime problem. so far, san jose has investigated 33 homicides this year. those leaders want to know if city policy may help -- may somehow be to blame. the police union will be holding a meeting at the ymca at 6:30 tomorrow night and then a half-hour later, the city council will be holding a meeting about gang activity and the police response to it. well, the city of san francisco could be taking a major step when it comes to clean energy. the board of supervisors is set to consider legislation tomorrow that would put 19.000000 toward the clean power sf program. now, it's designed to help
secure a contract with shell energy that would provide renewable power for a premium. if approved, san francisco will become the second city in the state to create this kind of program. marin county already contracts with shell to provide renewable energy. 7:07. repairs to the hyde street cable car line in san francisco will have an impact on this morning's commute. muni said it had to shut down the line shortly after 6:00 last night. three buses are providing service while the line is down. we put calls into muni this morning to get an update on the closure, and once we hear back we will let you know when the cable line will be back open. we have major traffic problems. sal has more. >> you just spoke about muni. that line is back up. >> oh, good. >> it looks like the e-mail came in just now. i opened it up.
so the line is up now. the hyde street cable car line is up again. all right. let's move along. dave mentioned the macarthur maze. this morning, pipe going to the bay bridge need to give themself extra time. there was an earlier crash on the bridge. it wasn't a major deal but it blocked lanes for a bit. it caused a big backup. i don't want to scare you or anything. let's just put it in perspective. if it normally takes you 20 to 30 minutes to do all of this, it will take you about an hour. so almost double. it is improving. it's not something that is gonna ruin your day. it will get you out of the house a half our early. or if you can take b.a.r.t. because it's very slow at the bay bridge. the westbound bay bridge could be an alternate. and this morning's commute on the south bay, that's actually a little better than i thought it would be. nice surprise. northbound 101, a little slow
at 880. 7:09. let's go to steve. all right. a gray morning. too much fog. it looks like it will be that much of a -- that kind of a pattern. fog has been kind of held in check. but that's not the case now. high pressure has moved out. helped along by an area of low pressure to the west. this is for inland areas. the coast really can't cool off yet. the 60 is -- the city is 60. 55, 57, 60 for a high today. 55 right now. the cooler pattern today is mainly for away from the coast. the fog is getting helped along. there is a big fog bank out there for september. usually we can start to get the north-northeast wind. there's nothing in the cards for that right now. if anything, it will be 4 to 8 degrees cooler. you are getting upper 40s. san rafael, fairfield, napa 51. there is a lot of mid-50s and
you combine a west-southwest wind or a much stronger delta breeze, and it all equals cooler even the forecast temperature map showing a lot of the 90s disappearing. in fact, they may even disappear in san francisco tomorrow. hard to see the low. but it's out here and it will play into our weather for almost the entire week and maybe the weekend. if that's the case, it could be interesting. fog, gun sun, cooler. more of a west wind. 60s for many. 70s, still holding onto a few 80s. those temperatures are on their way down. walnut creek now, concord, alamo. upper 70s, very low 80s. 67 os in berkeley. 66, 75 santa clara. morgan hill and gilroy, a lot of low 70s at best. 50s, 60s, the coast. if you have been bowing to a west wind, somebody finally heard you. it looks like it's in place. i'm going with a little cooler
well, fog pattern out there looks more like july than september. we're not seeing any sun by the close or very little. there is a pretty good surge on this fog bank. so 60s, 70s. temperatures inland coming down. 7:14. violent protests today in afghanistan. hundreds of people were out there burning cars and throwing rocks at the u.s. military camp. they are angry about that movie created by a southern california man they feel mocs
muslims -- mocs muslims mocks muslims. well, indonesians threw rocks at the u.s. embassy in jakarta. now, 11 police officers were sent to the hospital after being hit with rocks and attacked with bamboo sticks. 7:15. the u.s. navy will join more than 25 other countries in naval exercises in the straight of hormuz -- the strait -- the
strait of hormuz. time now, 7:15. well, president obama campaigns today in the key swing state of ohio. ktvu's alison burns, live in our washington, d.c. newsroom to tell us why the president will have a lot to say about china. alison? >> reporter: and dave, i just got the details in an e-mail from the u.s. trade representative. president obama is going to be announcing today he's filing a complaint with the world trade organization alleging china illegally subsidizes is auto parts exports. the president will say during during campaign stops in ohio. the practice tilts the playing
field and undercuts american auto suppliers. the president's announcement comes as mitt romney launches a new ad campaign taking on president obama's approach to china. >> barack obama, failing to stop cheating, failing american workers. >> reporter: the obama campaign is also fighting back accusing romney of hippo hypocrisy. we expect to hear more about this today. romney campaigns in los angeles. alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. thank you. well, mitt romney is promising he's gonna fix the troubled u.s. immigration system in a speech in front of the chamber of commerce of los angeles. he said if elected, he will make a priority and also said that president obama has not
delivered on his promise of meaningful immigration reform. we have new video of damage from anti-japanese protests. ransacked protests damaged plants. both china and japan claim ownership of the island. >> it's in everybody's interest for japan and china to maintain good relations and to find a way to avoid further escalation. >> chinese demonstrators also marched outside the japanese embassy in beijing. the islands at the center of the dispute are in popular fishing waters. they are also believed to be rich in oil resources. whoever owns the -- owns the islands will get the rights to the fish and china.
china has military ships patrolling the island. a 17-day tour begins today where this woman will be honored and presented with congress's highest award for her dramatic journey from political prison. she will tour communities where she lived in the late 1960s. this morning, chicago mayor, rahm emanuel, wants a court order to force public striking teachers back to school. this comes as chicago teachers begin a second week out on the picket line. delegates voted to extend the strike over the weekend after going over the terms of a proposed settlement with a school district. there's also a new report this morning that claims children are eating as much salt as grownups. the cdc says kids are eating about -- the cdc cdc -- the cdc
says kids are eating as much that is making blood pressure high. 7:19. cloudy skies to start the bay area this morning. sunshine is expected later. steve paulson will have a look at the week ahead. and the reason there's new concern about a homeless camp at a park in san jose. good morning. westbound interstate 80. a little slower than usual as you head out toward the macarthur maze because of an earlier problem on the bay bridge. it's time to change the way we clean.
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on quietridge drive yesterday. two neighbors were evacuated. other neighbors were told to sheltner place. a crew was called to clean up the acid. in san jose, there are new concerns about a homeless camp after several suspicious fires. on saturday, there were at least three small fires in kelley park. that's along coyote creek. all of the fires were minor but they are being investigated as arson and that has people living in the area worryed. >> the brush here is very close to where i live so it's concerning because of a -- because i have a young child. >> there have been several small fires. time is now 7:23. a public hearing will be held by the marin transit district on whether to improve an agreement on the golden gate transit for bus service. more than 100 jobs are at
stake. the current contract runs out at the end of next year. they are considering hiring a cheaper bus service. 128 bus drivers could lose their jobs if a new contract is not approved. there's still a couple of weeks left in the regular baseball season. but the oakland as fans are hoping and dreaming of the playoffs. individual tickets for a possible wild card game series game, they go on sale. 10:00 this morning. the dates and times of those games have not been said. by the way, the as are not officially in the playoffs yet. right now, they lead the wild card stanings and are trailing the rangers by three games in the american league west. >> that's exciting. not so exciting is the situation at the bay bridge toll plaza. let's check in with sal for an up date -- an update.
>> this is backed up beyond the maze . if you are on 580 fork and you are coming in from the -- 580, for example, and you are coming in from the lakeshore, it is backed up. 80 is backed up into berkeley. it's getting better. the crash was cleared quickly. it's not a major crash but it was out there for 20 minutes. if you need to get in the city on time, give yourself an extra 20 minutes to half an hour just to stay on track. that's to add to your homal commute time. the traffic is -- normal commute time. northbound 101 is slow approaching 8 0. 280 in pockets near -- 880. 280 in points near cupertino -- pockets near cupertino.
let's go to steve. it was 103 in los angeles yesterday. it was cooking down there. temperatures inland will start to come down. had a lot of high clouds yesterday. those are gone but the fog is not. upper 40s san rafael is in there, napa, low 40s, even antioch is down to 55. livermore, san jose, cloudy. still a pretty good decent sea breeze kicking up. it's been stronger. i think it will kick in later. i see the low spinning to the west of us. it's gonna control our weather for the entire week. fog, sun, cooler. that cooler is for inland areas. the coast is just sold out. 50s, 60s there. inland temperatures coming down. concord, 79. san jose 79. santa rosa, 75. 85 fairfield. 70s look like they will hold and then just keep us there. at the end of the week, that's really where there is a disagreement. one forecast model dropped the low right into us. i will go for that right now which will make for an
interesting and kieler weekend. tori and dave? >> all right. it's been six months since a morgan hill teenager disappeared. the balloons marking a sad milestone in the sierra lamar case. and a san francisco firefighter goes missing during a cross-country trip. why his wife is so worried. and the hockey players are on ice but they are not playing. the bad news for many businesses in the south bay.
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welcome back. 7:29. amtrak police are busy investigating the mysterious disappearance of a retired san francisco firefighter. ktvu's alex savidge is in emeryville right now to tell us more about why this family is so concerned about him. alex? >> reporter: well, because -- [no audio] >> all right. we're obviously having some technical problems with alex savidge. this is a big story out of emeryville. we'll get back to alex savidge in just a couple of minutes. 7:30. in an effort to combat bullying, the oakland unified school district will screen the movie "bully" for its students. the school district is working with the bully project.
it is an issue to end bullying and also hopes to transform society. all san francisco unified school students will be able to watch this movie as well. >> newark police say it could take weeks to cause the death of a man and a girl in a hotel room. a housekeeper discovered the bodies on friday. investigators say the victims suffered multiple gunshot wounds but they -- but they are waiting for lab results. one of the bodies has been identified as a 17-year-old girl from pleasanton reported missing the week before. a vigil was held in morgan hill to mark the fact that it's been six months since sierra lamar disappeared. >> the family members, friends, volunteers, they all released balloons with messages for sierra lamar. her parents say it's been very
difficult accepting the significance of that date. >> i would have hoped we would have found her and she's safe and life would be normal right now. >> she disappeared march 16th while walking to school. people are still getting together every saturday to look for her. the man, antolin garcia-torres, accused of kidnap her and killing her -- of kidnapping and killing her will be in court next week. investigators think he killed her but her body has not been found yet. the south san francisco father accused of kidnapping her young children and taking them on a yoelen -- stolen yacht is due back in court. he's scheduled for a plea hearing in a san mateo county court. he's accused of kidnapping his 2-year-old and 3-year-old children, stealing a yacht and sailing south for three days. they were found near monterey. he said he kidnapped the children because they were
being abused. the children's mother denies the claim. 7:32. as we were telling you, amtrak police are looking trying to solve a mysterious disappearance of a san francisco firefighter who got on a train. they don't know where he is. alex savidge, you are in emeryville. why is the man's family so worried this morning? >> reporter: well, his wife told me this morning she's worried because the meds he takes tend to make him a bit confused. this retired san francisco firefighter boarded an amfrack train here at the emery -- amtrak train here at the emeryville station was not on the train when if arrived here. his luggage and cell phone were in the sleeper car. the family has set up the facebook page for him. he's 69 years old. he was taking the train to mon tree yu. that was miss final destination. he was going there to visit his ston and grandchildren.
he said his family -- [audio not understandable] >> we're still having a technical problem with alex savidge. we'll get back to the report. tori. it's day two of the nhl lockout. it looks like the san jose sharks will not start their new season as scheduled. it's not just bad news for fans, though. allie rasmus is live in san jose to show us how the labor dispute is hurting the local community. allie? >> reporter: well, it could be bad news for the businesses, especially the businesses near the's rena. this coffee shop, you can tell the owner of is a sharks' fan by the sign in the window. she was disappointed by the reality of the lockout and the possibility of no shark games at the pavilion just a block from her shop. her coffee has a lot of regular customers but she says she does
get a boost in business during hockey season, especially on game day. >> i was excited it was gonna get a little bit busy and since all of the locals come out and they are -- they e all in a good mood that their team is playing and made it to the finals. there's definitely a different atmosphere. >> reporter: the san jose sharks are supposed to play their first preseason game on september 26th, just next week. now it is looking like that and the entire season may be in jeopardy because of the lockout. team owners say players should have less of a share than the last contract. the players say they are willing to take a little less but not as much of a cut as owners want. and the team's concerned about irritating their fans. the team made a youtube explaining their side to the fans and the team owners put out statement asking fans for patience during the lockout.
allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. one of the main runways at san francisco international airport is due to reopen in a few minutes, at 8:00 this morning. it's been closed since friday night for safety upgrades that include an extension and also some new lighting out there. there were flight delays because the closure cut down the number of hourly arrivals in half. no runway will be closed again, by the way, this coming weekend and the next weekend after that. we just learned of a recent schedule change for the pg&e pipeline replacement project on the foothill expressway in palo alto. starting today, pg&e says work will take place weekdays from 9:00 in the morning from 4:00 in the afternoon along the pipeline under sara between pageville road near stanford. this will affect computers going northbound on the
foothill expressway and drivers you can expect a backup south over the weeks ahead. the nighttime work was upsetting some of the stanford residents. speaking of traffic. >> let's check in with sal, see where the problems are this morning? >> reporter: will, we do have westbound 24 as you drive up to the tunnel. we've been watching contra costa county. no major problems here. it's crowded in la fayette. the big crowd is at the bay bridge toll plaza. i want to show you that because it's backed out beyond the mack father kerr maze and the -- backed up beyond the macarthur maze and the metering lights are backed up. the traffic is moving along relatively well once you get onto the upper deck of the bay bridge. this morning's commute is okay on northbound 101 in san jose. a little slow at 880. 280 is getting slow at 17. let's go to steve. >> all right, sal. thank you. well, there is a lot of fog out there. i mean, a lot of fog. it goes well up and down the
coast and to the pacific. shouldn't it be wiped out by a north-northeast wind? yeah, it should be but it's not happening. in fact, if anything it's been increasing. that means it will be cooler out in the back. this cooling trend is for those away from the coast. i mean, yesterday, peninsula, 70s. some airians on the coast 50, 60s. yet. that's not changing. san francisco was 60 yesterday. i will keep it the same today. too much fog. upper 40s, low 50s or mid-50s. it looks like everybody is stuck. there's that definite sea breeze that's been stuck. almost everybody is reporting some kind of a westerly component to the breeze. i think it will pick up later. 50, 60s 70s and now only 80s. sacramento talking about their strike of -- string of 90 degrees or higher may independent. the lows out here just sitting here, it doesn't look like much. it will play into our weather for the entire week which could
be very interesting bau that's stillaways away -- still a ways away -- still aways away. i just got a nice tweet from june. in middleton county. what a divers on the temperatures there. we'll see the temperatures come down. starting today, the temperatures, and they will continue into the next few days. 60s around the coast. 70s, in dash 70s in san jose. just a little bit warmer. not a lot. 50s and 60s on the coast. brisbane, millbrae, foster city, hovering near 70. a little warmer but not much. atherton, los altos, everyone around 73, 74. cooler pattern takes us into midweek. some take it north. others take it right over us. we'll be mostly cloudy and cooler. 7:39. the space shuttle "endeavour" will head toward california
tomorrow after weather delated its depar -- delayed its departure from florida. it's expected to make low flyovers of nasa ames research center the shutting will be displayed the california science center in los angeles. three astronauts are back in earth after their soyuz capsule landed safely in kazakstan. the crew spent 123 days in orbit aboard the international space station. the national zoo's giant panda in washington, d.c. has finally given birth to a cub following five pregnancies over the past five years. they will check the cub after the mother has time to bond
with it. she will most likely not come out of her den or eat or drink for at least a week. mohawks for britain's young royal -- more headaches for britain's young royal. and you have you noticed a huge increase -- and have you noticed a huge increase in the number of telemarketing calls? not your imagination and what's behind it. @p@po'
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many believe central banks in europe and asia will follow suit. the dow is currently down 22. the nasdaq down 10. s&p down 2. among the stocks to watch, the market's most valuable company right now. afterle is trading -- trading -- apple is trading at $692 due to record-breaking sales. apples report preorders topped topped 2 million, that's more than double the amount of the 4. they say the amount lesser than -- the amounts ordered are greater than supply. so the shipping is delayed.
disney world will soon serve alcohol. for the first time, disney officials say beer and -- beer and wine will be on the menu at "be our guest" at the restaurant there. alcohol is served at some other disney parks but this is a first for disney world. in florida, the restaurant opens december 19th. telemarketer calls are up. some are asking if the federal do-not-call registry working. new monthly reports say the robo tolls are up by 65,000 in october of 2010 to more than 210,000 of april of 2012. the study finds fewer telemarketers few are
offlimits. uc berkeley's study compared 54 transit districts nationwide and san francisco was ranked second best behind denver because of b.a.r.t. which is considered to be cost- efficient. silicon valley's transportation authority ranked the second least cost-efficient transit system. the study's co-author explained the results in a ktvu special report. >> unless you got the density some place to really generate the trips an fill the trains and buses. these are not gonna turn out to be cost-effective investments. >> the spokeswoman says her agency is building for the future. planners hope a rebounding economy and a new 49ers sports stadium will bring more passengers. 7:46. the federal appeals court is getting ready hear one of the hottest privacy cases. on wednesday, arguments will be heard ordering the collection of dna samples from anyone arrested for a felony. the goal is to help solve cold
cases. the aclu filed a lawsuit claiming this law is an unconstitutional search and seizure of people presumed innocent. well, singer chris brown is due back in court today. prosecutors have raised questions about how many hours of community service he's completed as part of his probation for the 2009 beating of his then-girlfriend, rihanna. chris brown was ordered to perform six months of community service. an italian gossip magazine has jumped into the frenzy and published a spread of topless photos of kate middleton again. the italian magazine is owned by former italian premere berloss coney -- berlusconey.
charges will be brought against the magazine as well as the photographer who took the picture. san francisco 49ers' fans celebrating a successful homeowner after beating the lions. it wasn't all clears for some fans. police kicked out rowdy spectators and others who were arrested for being drunk in public. some of the fans say they like being more -- like seeing more police around. >> i think it's great. it keeps everyone on their toes. the purpose they are here is to watch game. >> oh, yeah, several san
francisco mirrors were -- police officers were there dressed in lions' gear. that's the latest undercover operations cracking down on violence at candlestick park. the u.s. constitution was signed on this day in 1787. in honor of the anniversary, the anniversary archives will hold a naturalization ceremony for 225 people. they will be sworn in as new citizens in front of the original constitution of independence and bill of rights. new citizens will also be sworn in today, marin county. 50 people from 20 countries will participate. it is part of citizenship week where more than 32,000 people will become citizens at ceremonies across the country. today's event is at 11:00 a.m. at point reyes national seashore. beautiful place. 7:49. northern kind of public relations problems for yosemite this morning. the latest violations that were
7:51. a pedestrian badly hurt in napa in a hit-and-run crash is being treated at a hospital nowp it happened about 1 -- now. it happened around 1:00 in morning on state highway 128. the pedestrian was rushed to john muir medical center in walnut creek, suffering major injuries. the chp continues to investigate. also in overnight news, police in gilroy investigating a possible gang-related shooting. it happened about midnight on westwood drive. the young victim was sitting in a car when he was shot in the head during an apparent dispute with a lival gang. we don't know his condition and it is still not clear what led up to the shooting. a teenager will face a judge today on charges he
planned to bomb a chicago bar. 18-year-old adele diad allegedly tried to blow up a jeep outside a bar on friday night. he thought the jeep had a bomb inside but it was a dud created by a federal agent acting as an extremist. the man a u.s. citizen from a chicago suburb. prosecutors say he wanted to carry out a violent gee nude a special tribute was -- violent jihad. a special tribute was held yesterday in reno for the victims last year. >> it was magical. it was great. we made some lifelong bonds. >> they have a redesigned race course that adds a 150-foot buffer. and neil armstrong was honored at the race yesterday. another problem patio semty
national park -- problem at the yosemite park. 54 buses were inspected last week. fire of them now out of service for defective -- five of them out of service for defective brakes. with two other drivers were -- two other drivers were cited for license violations. the civic center b.a.r.t. station was shut down after reports of an explosion there. b.a.r.t. officials say there was some kind of explosion inside the situation but they think -- station but they think it was caused by a third rail short circuit. luckily, no one was hurt. all right. let's check in with sal. >> yeah. >> and some big problems at the bay bridge toll plaza? >> yeah, it's slow. this is slow traffic because of a much earlier crash that's been cleared for a while. but we still have a big back -- big backup. if you are driving to san
francisco today out of the east bay, you need to givier self an ex15, 20 -- give yourself an extra 15, 20, minute, maybe a half-hour. if you want to get there on time, it will take you longer. 580 especially if you are coming from the lakeshore area, it's very slow. 880 is slow from at least 238 heading down to the 92. this morning's commute in the south bay continues to be moderate. we have more slow traffic reported on 101 from san jose to sunnyvale. it really has not been all of that bad considering a normal monday commute. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sir. i just sent out on twitter, the visible satellite which shows a very, very significant fog bank. if anything, it's starting to lift a little bit.
cooler pattern. a lot of the higher clouds have disappeared. mostly an inland cooldown. 50s and os are not going to -- 50s and 60s are not going to get much cooler. upper 40s, low to mid-50s for everybody here. lows spinning off the coast, eventually it will -- eventually it will play into our weather. inland temperatures which have been very, very warm. it looks like they are on their way down. now some 70s and even 50s holding by the coast. tori and dave? >> all right, steve. it's the first anniversary of a groundbreaking, grassroots movement. a very rowdy demonstration happening in new york this morning. and live in san francisco where an occupy movement protest is scheduled. there are events scheduled all day in the city. we'll tell you how it could impact traffic. and it's back to class for
i'm dave clark. it is monday, september 17th. a lot halving this morning. we are -- happening this morning. we're getting reports out of new york that the occupy wall street effort that's been going on all morning in new york is losing some steam. this is the latest video we're looking at. still a lot of activity going on from earlier this morning. police faced off with a lot of demonstrators. dozens of people were arrested. they tried to block the sidewalks and the intersections near wall street. the protesters were trying to form a humane train around -- humane chain around the new york stock exchanges. police emergencied -- managed to keep those groups back. happening here, occupy protesters in san francisco are getting ready hold their own protest in today today. tara moriarty is there now with more on what any are planning to do over there. >> reporter: well, they said they are going to continue this fight for social and economic
justice. behind me, they have some tents set up and some people have been here overnight. it's not a very large group as you can see. but they are gonna stay here at bankers heart square until about 5:00 in order to get a jump-start on their message. we spoke to one protesters who said she understands and it seems like the movement has been quiet, just because people have not been pitching tents doesn't mean that he haven't been working on their goals. they say they have groups set up to tackle issues to tackle -- issues set up to tackle bank foreclosures -- >> this is a lifetime commitment. >> reporter: now, again, this is the one-year anniversary of the occupy movement. last year uprising sprang up
nationwide. the one in the bay area received national attention when police dismantled an encampment in downtown oakland. we're expecting a demonstration at the war memorial. there's also an event in the castro, it will be against foreclosures. at 3:00 there will be a march. they will be sitting in at banks, they say, and also at harvey milk plaza. a march is set for tonight at 5:00 off california and kerney and occupiers will be bringing their matches and will be symbolically burning their debt, every debt they have, their credit card, school, that sort of thing. we'll be sure to follow this story throughout the morning and later on through the afternoon and let you know how things progress. 8:01. right now, classes are resuming at a menlo park school that was damaged in the fire last week. ann ruben is at beechwood
school to tell us what is planned for the student's first day back. >> reporter: well, good morning. the campus has been cleaned. the students are back here ready for school. they will try to conduct a normal school day. they do plan to talk about what happened. last week an electrical fire did about $300,000 worst -- worth of damage. though the school is covered, not everybody will be covered. so they are accepting demonstrations. >> i think it will feel a little beard because i'm used to in a certain classroom there are a few -- classroom. >> there are a few personal items that cannot be replaced. there's also all of the things
that were created that -- that are gonna take a lot of time to rebuild but we'll get there. >> reporter: still, the school says they do need some help. they have posted a list of the items they are hoping someone will denate. ann ruben, ktvu channel 2 news. despite optimism over the weekend that an agreement would be reached, the chicago students will not be back at school. coming up in 15 minutes, what chicago's mayor is doing to try to force teachers there back to the classroom. 8:03. the woman charged with killing nursing student michelle le is due back in court this morning. one year ago today, michelle le's body was found in a remote part between pleasanton and sunol. prosecutors say gisele estebon attacked le last may in the kaiser parking garage in hayward and then dumped her body. estoe bon and michelle le went
to school -- estebon and michelle le went to high school together. prosecutors say estebon blamedley foreigning her relationship with her daughter's father. -- game le for ruining her relationship with her daughter's father. coming up on 8:04. san jose used to be known as one of the safest cities in the u.s. but now a rising crime rate has many people concerned. that's why city leaders are holding two meetings tomorrow to give an update on how police plan to crack down on the problem. so far the city has investigated 33 homicides this year. leaders want to know if city policy may be to blame. the city union will hold a crime prevention meeting at the east san jose ymca at 6:30
tomorrow night and just a half- hour later, the city council is scheduled to holt a -- hold a meeting about gang activity and police response time. san francisco could be taking a major step when it comes to clean energy. the board of supervisors is set to consider legislation tomorrow that would put -- that would put $19.5 million toward the clean power sf program. it's designed to help secure a contract with shell energy that would provide renewable power for a premium. if approved, san francisco would become the second in a state to create this type of problem. marin county all right contracts with shell to provide renewable energy. new this morning, the hyde street cable car rumming in san francisco is running again this morning in time for the commute. muni shut it down last night to make needed repairs. we just checked with muni and they said the repairs are complete. a man accused of throwing bricks off a san francisco
rooftop he's due in court today for a preliminary hearing. jessie nesbit is charged with five felony counts on charges he threw bricks and a mettlal -- and a metal pipe at protesters. one of the bricks hit a protester in the face. he was not seriously hurt. amtrak authorities are searching for a retired firefighter. 69-year-old charles doud boarded the plane in emeryville last week and disappeared somewhere between denver and chicago. amtrak officials found his cell phone and medication and luggage on the train but he was not on the drown. the train conductor saw him last in omaha saying he seemed disoriented and confused. coming up in our next half- hour, we'll hear from his wife in a live report.
really strange. >> yeah. >> getting a lot of attention. >> and alex savidge is on that story for us. 8:04. sal is on our commute story. the toll plaza. >> pretty slow. you heard about the earlier crash. it didn't turn out to be much of a crash but a big backup. let's go right to the toll plaza and show you the traffic has been city kid -- steady an slow all morning long since the crash happened in the 6:00 hour. or the late 5:00 hour. it's been back understand for a couple of hours now. westbound 80 is slow coming around the maze. 508 is taking a beating and so -- and so is 24 on the oakland side. we have very slow traffic beyond what we can see. if you are driving to downtown oakland, i think 880 will be a decent bay for you go to -- for
yao to go -- for you to go. as we move the maps i want to check out contra costa county. highway 4 very slow. in is a big fog bank for -- let's go to steve. >> this is a big fog bank for september. much of the coast won't have much better than 60-degree temperatures it looks like for the bulk of the week. the area of low pressure is actually starting to move closer. that's bumping the high out of the pressure. this cooling trend is for those away from the coast which some locations have been very warm. 80s and 90s but it looks like everyone is in for the party. the city is like what are you talking about? we've been here for a long time. that's not changing. 60 the high yesterday. going with that again today. it will be cooler but these are for inland areas. it may last in the upcoming
weekend. we'll see. there is not an agreement about what happens onwards and thursday. there is an agreement dan dan on wednesday and thursday. but there is an agreement for this -- sea breeze is -- on wednesday and thursday. but there is an agreement for this. it looks like the damage is done. 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. sacramento might not hit 90. if it makes that far, that's far enough to impact us. it's gonna meander toward us. the question is will it go this way or slide right over husband? fog, sun, cooler, westerly breeze. i expect that to pick up later on. some of the higher elevations are a good 12 degrees cooler as well. everything is in place for a cooldown. 60s, 70s here. some 80s holding on but they will be more of a west wind. if you are around the bay, then it's staying in the 60s. 75 san jose. 75 santa clara.
74 sunnyvale. 50s, 60s, coast and the city. a lot of low 70s on the peninsula. cooler pattern takes us into wednesday. thursday will be the day to see what happens with that low if it does drive across us. it will be a mostly cloudy pattern by the weekend. it's 8:09. iran defends its nuclear program as it moves closer to war with israel. how more than two dozen countries are preparing for the possibility of military strikes. plus -- the campaign promise mitt romney is making today about immigration. h.
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iran reportedly will not stop enriching uranium. benjamin netanyahu warned within six months, iran would be able to build a nuclear bomb. a group of southern california muslim leaders plan to hold a news conference in downtone los angeles this morning. they are done deming -- condemning the middle east and asia that was parked by an anti- islamic video produced by a southern california filmmaker. violent protests continue to spread, this time into afghanistan due to outrage other the film. hundreds of people burned cars and threw rocks at a u.s. military camp. protesters shouted death to mark. indonesians are also outraged at the film. they threw rosseneds and -- they threw rocks and molotov cocktails at the embassy and burned a picture of president obama. it comes one week after u.s.
ambassador, chris stevens and three other staffers were killed in libya. china will be the focus when president obama makes a campaign stop in ohio today. ktvu's alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. newsroom to tell us why the president is complaining about china to the world trade organization. alison? >> reporter: tori, since primary season, mitt romney has said that president obama has not been tough enough on china. well, today, during campaign stops in ohio, the president will announce he's filing a complaint with the world trade organization against chine new. the president alleges china has illegally subsidized auto parts for exports. the president will say the president gives china an up fair advantage and undermines states like ohio. this comes as mitt romney launches an ad campaign that says the president has fail the american workers by not taking
on what he calls china's cheating. romney's campaign tweeted the president is only talking about it now because it is an election year. back to you. >> thank you. 8:15. this morning, mitt romney is promising to fix the troubled u.s. immigration system. in a speech planned before the hispanic chamber of commerce in los angeles, romney is expected to say if elected, he will make immigration reform a priority. he's also expected to say that president obama has not delivered on his promise of meaningful immigration reform. 8:16. new video to show you. protesters damaging japanese- owned businesses in china. windows were smashed at panasonic factories. cars were overturned at a nissan dealership. now, this was caused by chinese protesters angry about japan's flames to -- claims to two
islands in the east china sea. the protesters say japan is trying to take what belongs to china. now the u.s. secretary of defense is talking about it. >> it is in everybody's interest for japan and china to maintain good relations and to find a way to avoid further escalation. now, protests at the japanese embassy in beijing forced the chinese paramilitary to surroundle building. china has sent military ships to patrol the waters around the islands that are at the heart of these demonstrations. the islands are claimed by both china and japan. back here at home, in san jose, new concerns this morning about a homeless camp after several suspicious fires. now on saturday, there were at least three small fires in kelley park right along coyote creek. all of them were minor but they are being investigated as possible arson. that has some people living in
the area worried. >> the fires because the brush here is very close to where i live. it's concerning because i have a young child. so the fires have been a concern for me. >> there have been several small fires in kelley park in the past several month since the homeless camp morned into the area. the ma partnership county transit district will hold a public hearing whether to approve a new agreement with golden gate transit for bus service. the current contract expires at the end of next year. the district is considering a plan to look for a less expensive operator for a bus service. 128 golden gate transit drivers could lose their jobs if a new contract is not approved. well, there's still a couple of weeks left on the regular season but the oakland as fans are already dreaming of the playoffs, starting at 10:00 a.m. this morning, individual tickets for a potential wild card game and potential
american league division game go on sale. games and times have not been set. and the as are not in the playoffs yet. right now they lead the standings and trail the rangers by three games. the as play the rangers six more times in the final weeks of the regular season. so anything can happen and the giants are 7 1/2 games up. so they are almost a lock basically to make the playoffs. no word when their tickets go on sale. are cheating eating too much salt? what a new study is saying and the possible dangers for kids. foggy conditions around the bay area this monday morning. ktvu meteorologist steve paulson will have your complete weather forecast when we come back. 880 is getting slower getting up to oakland. we willtel you what that is about straight -- we'll tell you what that is about straight ahead.
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8:22. we have some developing news. a body has been found on train tracks east of martinez. we just spoke to amtrak. an official told us the capitol corridor train from oakland to sacramento is now stopped east of martinez, possibly in benicia. it's not yet clear if the victim was hit by a train or already deceased when the train arrived. police and the union pacific railroad are investigating. sal will have more in a few
minutes. well, myanmar's leader is headed to san francisco. it's all part of a 17-day u.s. tour. it begins today in washington, d.c. that's where she'll be honored and presented with a congressional medal of honor for her dramatic journey from being a political prisoner to being a stateswoman. she will be touring communities in los angeles and touring communities where she once lived in the late 1960s. rahm emanuel is seeking a court order to force striking testers back to the classroom. the move -- teachers backs to classroom. delegates for the teachers' union voted to extend the strike over the weekend after reviewing the terms of the proposed settlement with the district. a new study finds that children are eating as much salt as adults. the cdc cdc says kids are
eating about -- the cdc -- the cdc said the kids had higher blood pressure. singers nicki minage and -- minaj and keith urban will be joining the veterans. ryan seacrest confirmed it yesterday. you can see all of the new judges in action when american idol primiers right here on ktvu channel 2 in january. all right. we want to check in with sal right now. he's covering breaking news for us. >> that's right. we're gonna talk about that in a minute. i'm giving the chop just a plint or so. he's -- minute or so. i want to give him a minute or so. let's go to the toll plaza.
it's finally improving after a bad morning. we had an accident on the bridge. it was there for about 20 minutes in the:00 hour. and it re-- 6:00 hour. and it really caused a big backup. it's extending onto 580. got word of a hit and run accident in berkeley. you can see at the top the screen, you can see how terrible it is. it's near gilman street. the chp is there and the traffic is just terrible coming down do the berkeley and emeryville area on 80. just another -- down to the berkeley and emeryville area. just another slowdown. and train service has been stopped because of a train that came upon a body. now, it's unclear if the train hit the person or if then was already deceased when if approached. the train was due to arrive in sacramento just after 7:0. they are doing an -- 7:30.
they are doing an investigation. our newschopper2 just got there. stay tuned. we will have more as the morning moves forward. let's go to steve. >> the sun did is gee gypping to break -- beginning to break through some of the fog. there is still a lot of fog month west and plenty on the -- fog on the coast and a lot -- and 50s, 60s. cooler and breezy with 70s inland. had some very cool readings this morning. usually some inland locations are in the 60s by now. the sea breeze has calmed down in the delta. but i expect that to pick up later. the low will inch closer to the end of the week. but for today and tomorrow, it looks like a cooler pattern
away from the coast and develop gray by it with fog and sun over the bay. 50s, 60s and 70s. i think the os are starting to come down. with your weekend in view, it does look like the possibility of a cooler pattern by the weekend. 8:26. a sad milestone in the sierra lamar case. how family members and friends honored the missing teenager this weekend. and a former san francisco firefighter disappears during a cross-country train trip. what his family is now doing to try to find him. what mr. san jose do without pro hockey. the economic impact of the nhl lockout.
good morning. we have breaking news in the benicia area as our newschopper2 has been looking along these tracks. amtrak told us the train had stopped in benicia this morning at about 6:25 when this came upon a body. it's unclear because they have -- they didn't give us very much information, whether the train actually hit this person or if the body was there before the train moved up. now, we've been looking for the train. apparently the train has been allowed to leave but there are investigators on the tracks here in benicia because of this body that was found. we believe -- we're not showing it to you. we believe we've seen the body there on the tracks. we'll let you know if this will continue to affect the amtrak corridor service between the bay area and sacramento. this certainly did delay a train. this was supposed to arrive in
sacramento at 7:00 or so. we'll let you know more coming up. amtrak police have did -- are investigating -- amtrak police are investigating the mysterious disappearance of a retired san francisco firefighter. alex savidge has more on this. >> reporter: well, this retired san francisco firefighter boarded an amtrak train last wednesday planning to change trains in san francisco. amtrak officials found his luggage and his cell phone in his sleeper car. the family has now set up a facebook page for 69-year-old chardy doud of -- charlie doud. his family said he spent six years as a firefighter before getting hurt on the job. he was taking the train by himself to montreal. the last time anyone saw him was in omaha ned. his wife said he takes
medication for restless syndrome. she's certain he's in trouble. >> she's in danger. he's definitely in danger. he did indicate to my daughter that afternoon that he hadn't slept. and he -- he has medical issues. he's diabetic. he has heart issues. >> reporter: relatives say the medication he takes tends to make him confused. his wife thinks he stepped off the train for a cigarette and didn't make it back on board. this morning, several relatives of his are in omaha passing out fliers and amtrak police are working with local police departments trying to figure out where this missing man from senate is -- from san mateo is. police in newark say it may
take weeks to know what caused the deaths of a teenaged girl and a man found in a motel room. a hoe who -- a housekeeper found the victims friday. the victims had been shot investigator times. but authorities are waiting for -- several times. but authorities are waiting to see the lab results. one of the individuals is a 17- year-old girl from pleasanton who was reported missing a week before. today is six months since sierra lamar disappeared. >> family, friends and volunteers released balloons with messages for sierra. her parents say it was difficult to accept the significance of the date. >> i would have hoped we would have found her and she would be home with us and life would be normal right now. >> sierra lamar disappeared on march 16th while walking to school and people still gather to search for her every
saturday. meanwhile, the man accused of kidnapping and murdering her will return to court last week. antolin garcia-torres was arrested in may but has not yet entered a plea. police think he was murdered even though her body was not been found. he could be sentenced to the death penalty if convicted. 8:33. the south san francisco father accused of kidnapping -- kidnapping his children and stealing a yacht is due back in court. he's accused ofkeying his two small children, stealing a yacht and then sailing south for three -- south for three days. they were found near monterey. he said he kidnapped the children because they were being abu becaused. the mother of the children -- abused. the mother of the children mys that claim. the oakland school district will screen the movie "bully." the screening today is the
first in the series of mandatory viewings for all 13,000 students. the school is working with the project to end bullying and hopefully transform society. all san francisco unified school district students will be required to watch the movie as well. a recent schedule change for the pg&e pipe replacement in palo alto could affect your commute. starting today, pg&e says work will take place weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. below the pipeline on east campus drive and page mill road. this will great impact commuters traveling northbound on the expressway. people can expect backup south of page mill road over the weeks ahead. and the night work was disturbing stanford residents. the battle is set to
continue over the estate of thomas kincaid. his girlfriend has prefused to move out of the -- refused to move out of the santa clara home. she's produced two handwritten wills by kincaid that leaves her about $66 million in assets plus the house. lawyers for kincaid's esstrangleed wife say was not of sound mind and body when he wrote the wills. a judge is expected to rule today whether the girlfriend should move out or start paying rent. the nhl locked out of its players and that's tough news for san jose shark fans and the businesses that lelie on them -- that rely on them. allie rasmus is live to describe tom of -- some of that economic pain. >> reporter: a lot of those businesses are on the alamedo. there is a sign on the coffee shop that says "this is sharks' territory." the owner of the shop was disappointed when she told her about the lockout that's now in
effect and the fact there may be no more shark games. anna's coffee has a lot of regular customers but she says she does get a boost in business every year during hockey season, especially on game days. >> it gets, like, super-busy during the nighttime and the sunday when they went into the finals, we were like swamped in here. it was like packed. >> definitely the restaurants, chit pettily, the sushi, they are all -- chipotle, the sushi restaurant, they are all gonna feel it because during the week, it's dead. >> reporter: the sharks are supposed to play mr. first game on september 27th. now it looks -- to -- to play their first game on september 27th. now it looks like that won't happen. the dispute is over money.
the players association says they are willing to take a little less but not as much of a you can as team owners pant. it appears both sides are concerned about irritating their fans with this lockout. this weekend, some of the hockey players put out a video on youtube, explaining their reasons for the lockout in that and the team owners have put out concerns about the lockout and asking the fans to be patient. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. one of the main runways at sfo is back open this morning. it was closed all weekend for safety upgrades including an extension as well as some new lighting out there. there were flight deplays over the weekend because the runway closure cut the hourly arrivals in half. the runway will be closed again this weekend and the -- and the following weekend after that, tori. of course, there's still delays at sfo this morning
because of the fog and the low clouds. let's check in with sal for an yu kate update on the commute. let's go to the main problem we've had, the east shore freeway and the bay bridge have been terrible. a series of crashes this morning. if you are trying to get somewhere on time in the city, please give yourself extra time. the east shore had a crash at gilman. there was a hit-and-run accident and then at the bay bridge taupe, we've a big backup going on for hours now after an earlier crash. when you get to the city, south of market there is a big convention at the moscone center that's blocked howard between 3rd and 4th. it will be there all week. it means bigger than usual traffic jams in san francisco south of market. i want to update you on the capital corridor, this is a train now moving through the area so trains apparently are moving again. but pat 6:25 this morning, a train had to stop because of a body was found on the tracks in
benicia. these trains are moving again but there are delays because of this investigation that has been delaying the trains. this is clearly a look at the capital corey der and they are moving again. if -- corridor and they are loo on the sacramento train, they are late and possibly the others are as well. sun for some, it's kind of gloomy for others especially around the coast and the bay. some of that fog inland beginning to burn poof. the pattern has been -- burn off. the pattern has been set for away from the coast. 50s and 60s for high temperatures. this will be a cooler pattern for inland areas as we bump that high out of here. the low-pressure system will be off the coast. it's going to play into our weather for the entire week. so the coolern pattern is for those inland not so much for those on the coast. we'll go 60 for san francisco
today. there's just too much fog out here. even all the way down to southern california. it looks like a july pattern actually. low 50s to mid-50s. slow to lee -- recover from some of these readings. the sea breeze has come down a little bit. there is a component of a westerly breeze for many locations. the low is right there. see the little spin in the atmosphere. it's going to move towards us. now what happens by the weekend, it might move north. we'll stay extremely cool but for now it looks like we're setting up for a coomber pattern that's -- cooler pattern. upper 70s, concord, san ramon, 60s, oakland, berkeley, alameda. i mean, very cool. 75 san jose, once the overcast bumps off. sunny but with a breeze. that's it the 72 menlo park -- that's it. 72 menlo park. 50s and 60s on much of the coast. not much of a change here. we'll had heat inland for a
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camp and they shouted "death to america." and in new york, dozens of arrests already underway. they were met by police in riot gear. they planned to converge on the area from different points and build a humane chain around the new york stock exchange. occupy wall street protesters in san francisco are holding their own events to mark -- to mark this anniversary. tara moriarty has within with him all morning and has more. >> reporter: these people are planning debt burning. they are gonna bring out a bunch of their papers an turn their debt. they will have some marches, some music and a handful of them decided to get a jump start on all of the demonstrations. they are near camped out.
not too many -- here camped out. not too many. we only see two here at came and kerney. they are -- at california and kerney. they are desloating the entire day -- devoting the entire day to the 99%. supporters have not stopped working. they have various groups set up to tackle issues. >> there's no longer any redress through the system. so the only thing left for us to do is to come out and occupy the commons, and get the message out and say to everybody, come join us. we need to stand under for our rights and sit back and let the 1% dominate -- stand up for our rights and sit back and let the 1% dominate. >> reporter: in october, the occupy protests received national attention when police
dismantled and enranment in downtown oakland -- encampment in downtown oakland. at 3:00 they will march to wells for go and they will be at pg&e headquarters as well and stage a sit-in at harvey milk plaza to denounce sit-lie. a march is set for 5:00 off california and kerney. at:00 -- at 6:00 there will be the debt bumping and festival. we'll stay here throughout the morning. there is supposed to be a press conference here at 11:00 this morning. we'll let you know of any developments. back to you. 8:48. san francisco 49ers' fans are celebrating the win over the detroit lions. it wasn't all cheers for some fans. police kicked out rowdy spectators an several others were arrested for being drunk in public. some fans say they are okay with the increased enforcement. >> i think it's great. it keeps everyone on their toes
and makes sure everyone goes in -- everything goes in to watch the game. >> yeah, 49ers! >> the 9ers won 27-19. they are now 2-0. the raiders lost to miami, 35-13. they are now 0-2. a new study is out that says bay area transit systems are among either the most and least cost-efficient in america. the uc berkeley compared 54 transit district the all over the country. now, san francisco was ranked second best for cost efficiency behind denver. silicon valley was raved the second least cost-efficient transit system. the co-author of the study explained the results in a ktvu special report. >> unless you have the densities in place to really
generates the trips and fill the bus, these are not gonna turn out to be cost-effective investments. >> now, a spokesperson says they are building for the future and are hoping that a rebounding -- a rebounding economy and are hoping that the 49er stadium will bring more passengers. the los angeles school district says it's overwhelmed by the number of requests it has received because of a new federal program for immigrants. the school district has a backlog of 2300 requests for transcripts for people who might qualify for a new deferred action program. t allowed illegal immigrants to stay in the u.s. and -- it allowed illegal immigrants to stay in the u.s. applicants need to prove they've lived in the u.s. for five years. today is the 225th anniversary of the signing of the u.s. constitution. and the national archives will hold a naturalization ceremony for 225 people. they are go in be sworn in as
new citizens right in front of the original charters of freem which includes a constitution, the declaration of independence and the bill of rights. well, the citizens will be sworn in today in marin county. 50 people from 20 countries will be staking part. this -- will be taking part. this is part of sit stenship week -- citizenship week. today's event takes place at point reyes national seashore. anti-- an italian magazine has published a 26-page spread of the new top les photos of kate middleton despite the legal action against the first magazine. the italian magazine is owned by the former prime minister of italy. the royal is seeking an injunction as well pass
criminal charges against the photographer who originally took the pictures. r&b singer chris brown is due back in court today. prosecutors have raised concerns about how many hours of community service he has completed for the probation he received for the bat egg of rihanna. he was ordered to perform six months of community service. among the stocks to watch, apple is trading and busy today. apple has been experiencing record-breaking sales. apple report the preorders top 2 million in 24 hours. that's more than double the amount of the height-phone-s -- than the iphone-s. analysts predict that long lines will be there when the iphone hits stores this coming friday. and something new on the menu at walt nis -- on watt disney world. alcohol available at the resort
for the first time next month. disney officials say beer and wine will be served at "be our guest" it's a new restaurant at the park. it is eight minutes before 9:00. a sentencing date is set for jersey sandusky and bad weather details the space shuttle "endeavour." when you can expect to see it flying over the bay area. and looking over traffic. >> a slow monday morning commute. sal is coming back. one more look at your traffic.
new this morning, former penn state coach jerry sandusky is scheduled to be sentenced next month on child abuse charges. his sentencing is set for october 9th. now, sandusky was convicted in june of 45 counts of sexual abuse involving ten days. he's expected to spend the rest of his life in prison. 8:56. a pedestrian badly injured in napa in a hit-and-run crash overnight is being treated at a hospital now. the accident happened around 1:00 a.m. on state highway 128. the pedestrian was rushed to john muir medical center in walnut creek with major injuries. and the chp is investigating the accident. another problem at yosemite national park. the fresno bee reports a
surprise inspection to improve tour bus safety led to the discovery of -- discovery of 65 safety violations. 54 buses were inspect the last week. five of those are out of service for defective brakes. two other drivers were cited for license violations. the space shuttle "endeavour" will head toward california tomorrow a after weather delayed the departure. it's now leaving tomorrow instead. so on thursday, "endeavour" is scheduled to make low-fly overs at nasa aims and some areas in san francisco. hey, sal, is it getting any better around the toll plaza? >> a little bit. >> okay. >> a little bit. someone just asked me that because they are leaving for the city. it's backed up. there is a little improvement. if you can wait longer. still some slow traffic there. quickly let's go to the
peninsula, southbound 280 at black mountain road. a truck is on fire. two lanes blocked. a big backup on 280. and then 280 in san jose looks good. let's go to steve. there is a pretty solid fog bank out there. it will be rather gray for much of the coast today. parts of the bay inland. but the cooler pattern has begun. it will take us into wednesday and maybe begun. kind of looking like it. >> all right. >> all right, steve. thank you. that's our report for this morning. we thank you for trusting the news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. >> be sure to join us at noon for more upon the protests. blay hello?
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